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Possible Questions you might have

How do I determine the condition of my iPhone?

Answer:
Please read below to decide in what “Condition” bracket your iPhone falls in.

Brand New: Factory Sealed, Brand New, Box never opened and still have the plastic around the Box.
Excellent (Working): Device is fully functional, looks brand new and has NO signs of wear (cracks, scratches, scuffs, marks, etc.)
Good (Working): Device is fully functional with slight wear such as faint scratches or scuffs (no cracks).
Poor (Working): Device is fully functional with heavy wear including small cracks that do not interfere with the functionality of the iPhone.
Broken (Faulty): Device is complete but has functional or physical problems that prevent it from working properly like water damage or a cracked touch screen that interferes with functionality.
Please note: We do not purchase devices that are severely damaged or totally destroyed.

What is a Working & Faulty iPhone?
Answer:
Working:

Each iPhone should:
  • Turn on and off (with all buttons working)
  • Be fully functional* (cosmetic wear and tear is acceptable)
  • Have a fully working iOS (Operating System)
  • Have a working display (without cracks, pixel damage or defects)
  • Have a working touch screen (without cracks or chips)
  • Have no damage to rear glass or camera lens (no cracks or chips)
  • Not have a bent housing
  • Not be water-damaged (water indicators must not be red)

All the iPhone features such as Making calls, Wi-Fi, Camera, Video must work.

Faulty:
Each iPhone should:
  • Be intact – not crushed, bent or snapped in half
  • Not have any missing parts or components

Faulty examples: Water damaged, Broken/bleeding LCD (screen), blank display, no power up, faulty/cracked touch screen, faulty iOS, etc

All iPhones must not be iCloud locked and must be deregistered from any associated accounts.  All iPhones must be from a South African network or not locked.
iPhones locked to a network, not from South Africa will not be accepted.

Please see  SellTrade Full Terms of Sale Agreement.

Not sure what iPhone Model you have?

Answer:
You can easily Find your iPhone Model number by looking at the small text on the back of the iPhone.

There will be something that says “Model AXXXX”.
Match that to the list below to find out which iPhone model you own.
It is very difficult to read the small text on the back of your iPhone.
Luckily there is another way to get the model number.
Go to your iPhone’s “Settings” and navigate to General > About > Model (or Model Number). Then Tap once on Model to reveal the model number.
If your iPhone is on iOS 12.2 or later you will be able to see the Model Name under General > About > Model Name.

A1921 – iPhone Xs Max (2018)
A2101 – iPhone Xs Max (2018)
A1920 – iPhone Xs (2018)
A2097 – iPhone Xs (2018)
A1984 – iPhone Xr (2018)
A1865 – iPhone X (2017)
A1901 – iPhone X (2017)
A1864 – iPhone 8 Plus (2017)
A1897 – iPhone 8 Plus (2017)
A1863 – iPhone 8 (2017)
A1905 – iPhone 8 (2017)
A1661 – iPhone 7 Plus (2016)
A1784 – iPhone 7 Plus (2016)
A1785 – iPhone 7 Plus (2016)
A1786 – iPhone 7 Plus (2016)
A1660 – iPhone 7 (2016)
A1778 – iPhone 7 (2016)
A1779 – iPhone 7 (2016)
A1780 – iPhone 7 (2016)
A1662 – iPhone SE (2016)
A1723 – iPhone SE (2016)
A1724 – iPhone SE (2016)
A1634 – iPhone 6S Plus (2015)
A1687 – iPhone 6S Plus (2015)
A1690 – iPhone 6S Plus (2015)
A1699 – iPhone 6S Plus (2015)
A1633 – iPhone 6S (2015)
A1688 – iPhone 6S (2015)
A1691 – iPhone 6S (2015)
A1700 – iPhone 6S (2015)
A1522 – iPhone 6 Plus (2014)
A1524 – iPhone 6 Plus (2014)
A1593 – iPhone 6 Plus (2014)
A1549 – iPhone 6 (2014)
A1586 – iPhone 6 (2014)
A1589 – iPhone 6 (2014)
A1453 – iPhone 5s (2013)
A1457 – iPhone 5s (2013)
A1518 – iPhone 5s (2013)
A1528 – iPhone 5s (2013)
A1530 – iPhone 5s (2013)
A1533 – iPhone 5s (2013)
A1456 – iPhone 5c (2013)
A1507 – iPhone 5c (2013)
A1516 – iPhone 5c (2013)
A1526 – iPhone 5c (2013)
A1529 – iPhone 5c (2013)
A1532 – iPhone 5c (2013)
A1428 – iPhone 5 (2012)
A1429 – iPhone 5 (2012)
A1442 – iPhone 5 (2012)
A1387 – iPhone 4S (2011)
A1431 – iPhone 4S (2011)
A1332 – iPhone 4 (2010)
A1349 – iPhone 4 (2010)
A1303 – iPhone 3GS (2009)
A1325 – iPhone 3GS (2009)
A1241 – iPhone 3G (2008)
A1324 – iPhone 3G (2008)
A1203 – iPhone (2007)

How to Identify the Capacity/Size (GB) of your iPhone’s memory?

Answer:
You can find the size of your iPhone by opening your Settings app on your iPhone and navigating to General > About > Capacity.
The capacity shown will be slightly less than what you have.
For instance, a 64GB iPhone will probably show a capacity around 55GB.
If you have a recent version of iOS on your iPhone it will show the exact size.
And of course, you can have a look on the back of your iPhone’s Box if you still have it.

8GB iPhone = Slightly less than 8GB
16GB iPhone = Slightly less than 16GB but greater than 8GB
32GB iPhone = Slightly less than 32GB but greater than 16GB
64GB iPhone = Slightly less than 64GB but greater than 32GB
128GB iPhone = Slightly less than 128GB but greater than 64GB
256GB iPhone = Slightly less than 256GB but greater than 128GB
512GB iPhone = Slightly less than 512GB but greater than 256GB